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  1. Substances that release Ions in water are what?
    Electroyltes
  2. Substances that combine with hydrogen ions are what?
    Bases
  3. Substances formed by the reaction between and acid and a base are what?
    Salts
  4. A shorthand system used to indicate the concentration of hydrogen ions is?
    pH scale
  5. Blood pH above 7.45 is what?
    Alkalosis
  6. Blood pH below 7.35 is what?
    Acidosis
  7. Chemicals that resist pH change are?
    Buffers
  8. CO2 + H2O →← H2CO3 →← H+ + HCO3 is what formula?
    Carbonic acid dissoiation formula
  9. Carbohydrates, Lipids, Protiens, and Nucleic acids are the four groups of what substance in cells?
    Organic
  10. Water, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and inorganic salts are what kind of substance in cells?
    Inorganic
  11. These are a source of many necessary ions (Na+ , Cl- , Mg++ ) What are they?
    Inorganic salts
  12. The condition of having electrotrolytes in correct concentratinos, both inside and outside cells is?
    Electrolyte balance
  13. Suppling energy to cells, Building Materials, and storing energy are the functions of what?
    Carbohydrates
  14. These are building blocks of carbohydrates.
    Sugars
  15. The smallest building blocks of carbohydrates, containing a single ring is what?
    Monosaccharides
  16. A building block of carbohydrates containing multiple rings is what?
    Disaccharides
  17. These are built from multiple simple carbohydrates what are they?
    Polysaccharides
  18. Substances that dissociate to release hydrogen ions in water are what?
    Acids

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